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PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2023 8:59 pm 
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Hello all,

My old navitimer II-A13322, recently serviced by Breitling, start having unusual issue — when the watch is completely unwound and when I try to revive, manual winding or shaking it won’t start the watch until I press 2 o’clock pusher.

It used to kick start if I shook few times when unwound (before the service), now, even if manual winding more than 40 times and shaking, the second hand won’t budge until I start chronograph. This never happened before and all my other automatic chronographs never had this issue before.

The watch otherwise runs normal with 42+ hours power reserve.

Can anyone think of what might be the issue here? when I shake, I hear the rotor turning normally, the typical wobbly rotor of Valjoux 7750, and if the automatic mechanism functions normally, the watch should start when I shake a few times to oscillate the hair spring?

Let me us if you had a similar issue or have insight on this particular issue.

Thanks,
MK


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If it's still under the Breitling warranty period I'd send it back to them. Sounds like it has chrono issue interfering with something.



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vintage wrote:
If it's still under the Breitling warranty period I'd send it back to them. Sounds like it has chrono issue interfering with something.


Thank you, I will contact the service and see what they can do.


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